Criminal Justice Curriculum

The purpose of the Criminal Justice Section shall be to anticipate, recognize and address such issues of crime, criminology, criminal procedure, correction and the administration of criminal justice as properly come before or should come before the New York State Bar Association.

Beginner Courses

Criminal Law for Criminal and Civil Lawyers (2014)

Defending DWI Cases - The Critical Issues (2017)

Public Defense Trainer (2018)

Bridging the Gap Segments
Advising Clients Charged with DWI and Vehicle and Traffic Matters in New York State
Handling a DWI Case in NYS - An Overview of Local Criminal Court Practice
“I’ve Been Arrested” – What To Do When You Get that 3:00 a.m. Call 
Handling a DWI Case in New York State
Plea Bargaining in DWI Cases - Problems and Pitfalls

Part 1: “I’ve Been Arrested” – What To Do When You Get that 3:00 a.m. Call | Part 2: Ethical Issues in Dealing with the Alcoholic Client

Basics of Vehicle and Traffic Law in NYS:  Plea Bargaining, the DMV Point System, Upstate and Downstate Differences, Insurance Considerations 
Client Counseling 101 | What to Do When You Get that 3:00 a.m. Call | Advising Clients Charged with DWI and Vehicle and Traffic Law Matters

Advanced Courses

DWI on Trial - Big Apple XVIII (2018)

Criminal ESI: Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings (2018)

DWI on Trial - Big Apple XVII (2017)


Key Issues in White Collar Criminal Defense (2015)

Cell Phone Forensics for Civil and Criminal Attorneys (2015)


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